Jeffrey Kaye, M.D.

Jeffrey Kaye, MD at Radiologic Associates

Musculoskeletal and Diagnostic Radiology

Curriculum Vitae


University of Vermont College of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine 2010
University of Vermont - Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program
Tufts University - Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE), May 1999, cum laude
Minor in Engineering Management
Westminster School - Head Prefect 1994-95, magna cum laude

Medical School

University of Vermont College of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine 2010

Fellowship & Residency

New England Baptist Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship, Boston MA
Fellow in Musculoskeletal Radiology, 07/15 - 06/16

Hartford Hospital Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, Hartford CT Resident in Radiology, 07/11 - 06/15


CT State Medical License, 2012-present
MA State Medical License, 2015-present


ABR Board Eligible, June 2014
USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CS, Step 2 CK, Step 3
FEIIEIT (Fundamentals of Engineering/Engineer in Training)

Professional Memberships

American College of Radiology, 2011-present Radiological Society of North America, 2011-present American Roentgen Ray Society, 2011-present
New England Roentgen Ray Society, 2011-present
European Society of Radiology, 2011-present
Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, 2011-present
ASER, 2013-present

Posters and Presentations

Incidental Findings: A Retrospective Analysis of Management. S Boe, D Boe, J Kaye, A PRESENTATIONS Bansal, M Glickstein. Accepted ePoster for ACR2015 Annual Meeting in Washington DC.

ED Trauma CT Pan-Scan Histories.. . No, You're Never Gonna Get It, Never Ever Gonna Get it. J Kaye, J Logan. Presented at 2014 Practice Quality Improvement Symposium.

Analysis of System-Based Etiologies for Delays in Completing ED and STAT MRJ exams at Hartford Hospital. J Kaye, S Lee. Presented at 2012 Practice Quality Improvement Symposium.

Is 2-D Velocity Encoded Cardiac MRI Accurate at 3T? LM Zeeb, J Kaye, CE Green, TJ Andrews, GE Gentchos. Accepted Poster for 2010 ISMRM annual meeting in Stockholm, Sweden.

Utility of a Test-Bolus to Improve the Accuracy and Reduce Contrast Dose for 256 Detector CT to Exclude Pulmonary Embolism. J Kaye, GE Gentchos, CE Green, J Klein. Poster submission for 20 I 0 .ARRS annual meeting in San Diego, CA. Presented at annual UVMIFAHC medical student research symposium.

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